California Air Quality District Holds Off On New Rules For Metal Plating

News Item From: Products Finishing

Posted on: 11/19/2012

Air district has said that it will hold off on further developing the amendments until it resolves certain occupational exposure concerns related to tertiary butyl acetate (TBAc) and dimethyl carbonate.

California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District has halted the rulemaking development process for amending its Rule 1107 for  Coating of Metal Parts and Products.

 

The air district has said that it will hold off on further developing the amendments until it resolves certain occupational exposure concerns related to tertiary butyl acetate (TBAc) and dimethyl carbonate.

 

To read more about the proposed rule from the American Coating Association, please click HERE


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